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The 'Consumer Group' That Doesn't Want You to Consume
4/4/2007 1:57 PM ET
Journalists love CSPI's hype and embrace its extremist anti-food agenda.
'American Morning' on Yo-Yo Diet of Obesity Hype
2/8/2007 1:29 PM ET
Twice this week, the CNN show has scoffed at anti-sugar crusades as silly or over-the-top, a departure from its usual reporting on the 'obesity epidemic.'
Post's Givhan Continues Complaint about Skinny Models
2/2/2007 11:35 AM ET
Writer attacks industry for thin model preference, but could just as well gripe about customers who drive the New York market.
CBS Obesity Story Heavy on Hype, Light On Substance
1/29/2007 3:03 PM ET
Reporter Thalia Assuras fails to inform audience of the limitations of body mass index in diagnosing, treating childhood obesity.
Media Rely on Stories That Are 'Bad for You'
11/15/2006 2:18 PM ET
Sugar and spice and everything else are all supposedly harmful - except when they're not.
Lack of Height Adds to Growth of Bills
11/13/2006 6:08 PM ET
USA Today downplays how optional treatment for short children adds billions to insurance costs.
Networks Eat Up Food Police Message on Trans Fats
10/31/2006 1:08 PM ET
ABC, NBC highlight pro-regulation forces and compare obesity to tobacco.
Restaurants Left out of Stories on Trans Fat Ban
9/28/2006 11:05 AM ET
Network news ignored or downplayed criticism of New York City's proposed food regulation.
NBC's Phillips Cites Psychologist Who Blames Advertising for Obesity
8/18/2006 2:46 PM ET
But the 'Dateline' excerpt left out that main source founded an organization dedicated to regulating advertising to children.
CBS Warns That 'Even One Bad Meal Can Hurt Your Body'
8/9/2006 3:48 PM ET
Network story on saturated fat is the media's latest entree in a menu of anti-fast food stories.
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